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Middle East

The Red Sea is one of the most popular dive destinations in the world and rightly so. You’ll find some amazing ship wrecks, tons of sharks, healthy corals and tons of colourful fish. Dolphins also abound, and in the rights spots, you are very likely to dive with some Dugongs (Manatee)

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El Gouna Strait Of Gubal

The Strait of Gubal has been long sought after by advanced and technical divers because of its plethora of deep wrecks. Traditionally, the Strait has only been accessible by liveaboard from Hurghada or Sharm el-Sheikh. However, with the introduction of a new resort at El Gouna, divers can easily access the Strait of Gubal as well as a healthy variety of dive sites on...

Dubai

Dubai

Dubai being a seaport is littered with self-contained ecosystems in the wrecks of the Persian Gulf. Some are depths that only technical divers are qualified for but, for the most part, a portion of the wreck, the MV Dara is accessible to advanced divers.In the Gulf of Oman, Fujairah is a favorite site featuring warm water, bleached sand and tropical fish. Sharm rock...

Egypt

Egypt’s reefs are brimming over with life; bright corals and clouds of fish dazzle with a kaleidoscope of colour. Stating that the waters here are calm and clear seems like a bit of an understatement.There are sites that do experience current and in some locations operators do use drift diving protocols. Egypt offers the full gambit of diving opportunities; wrecks...

United Arab Emirates

While the United Arab Emirates may be known more for its shopping than its water sports, there is plenty to do and see under the water. You can find a little bit of everything in the range of dive sites offered by this tiny yet powerful nation. Diving in the United Arab Emirates can roughly be divided into three areas, namely the Arabian Gulf, the East Coast and...

Israel

Israel lies on the Mediterranean Sea’s eastern shore, but also touches the tip of the Red Sea’s Gulf of Aqaba, thus offering two very different scuba diving scenes. More than half the nation’s population lives along the Mediterranean coastline, and there’s some unique diving there. But, visiting divers head for one of the world’s shore diving capitals, Eilat...

Jordan

For divers, Jordan’s southernmost tip, where the Red Sea’s tropical waters bathe some of the most spectacular coral reefs in the world, has to be the main attraction. While the total coastline is only about 27 kilometres/17 miles long, there are plenty of dive sites to choose from, many of them located within Aqaba Marine Park. Here divers enjoy a wide variety of...

Oman

With vast deserts and rich history, the Sultanate of Oman is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination. Until the 1970s, the country was almost completely closed to outside visitors but since it opened its doors, the scuba diving world is richer because of it. Oman’s coastline is relatively untouched and there is great diving near the capital of Muscat...

Turkey

Kaş is the diving capital of Turkey. It is one of the top 100 dive sites of the world because of its abundance of marine life and ancient relics. There are over 30 dive sites, all within a 20 minute boat ride from the dock. You can wreck dive, cave dive, and explore deep canyons. Sometimes, there are even underwater art exhibitions held here, so keep in touch with...